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Old 04-20-2012, 12:58 PM
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TURBO HAS FAILED 19000 MILES

Well here goes, 2011 f250, mini max w/dpf delete afe cold air intake. Jumped in the truck wednesday to go to store and made it about a mile and the turbo is done..... came around a corner and gave it throttle and nothing so I look at boost gauge and there is 0 boost, look in mirror and just solid smoke!
Going to return truck to stock and trailer it to dealer with the trusty 7.3
What a bummer, Ill keep you posted.
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Wow I hate to hear that. Keep us posted.
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Are you sure an intercooler hose didnt blow off?
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why return to stock?
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Returning to stock to try and get it warranty covered ( worth a shot)
Got almost already to go just waiting for a kidney stone to pass so I can finish.
The oil seal is out in the Turbo for sure, had a mess when I removed exaust and I have
checked all tubes and hoses and they are fine......... I do wish there was aftermarket options
so if its not warranty then I would go for it!
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why return to stock?
To try and commit warranty fraud...

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To try and commit warranty fraud...

Waxy
Not that I care what you but my dealer knows that the truck has a chip. I had this truck in the dealer with in 30 days of purchase because the Turbo had a terrible lag and was told that it was normal. $70,000 truck buddy I'm sure you would want it covered under warranty if your $2000 Turbo failed at 19,000 miles!
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